As I began one of my courses, I was told by my professor that there is a site called The Ultimate Steal, which is working in conjunction with Microsoft to provide college students with a copy of MS Office Ultimate 2007 for only $59.95. The offer is only valid through April 30, 2007. Here is the link. There are very strict requirements for this offer:

Promotion Eligibility:
This offer is good only to eligible students who possess a valid email address at an educational institution geographically located in the United States. This offer is non-transferable. Limit one purchase per eligible student.

The following conditions serve to define student eligibility for the Promotion:

1. Individual must possess a valid e-mail address at a U.S. educational institution which contains the domain suffix .edu; AND
2. Individual must be a student at a U.S. educational institution and must be actively enrolled in at least 0.5 course credit and be able to provide proof of enrollment upon request.

Microsoft or an appointed vendor may contact you to verify that you are a current student. If documentation is not provided indicating that you are a current student, you will be liable to reimburse Microsoft for the full retail cost of the software ($679).

Go to the Ultimate Steal to get the full information, or visit the Microsoft website. Enjoy!

Til next time,

Adrienne Graham